Latin name: Platanus x acerifolia
Origin: The maple-leaved plane is native to Southern Europe and Western Asia. It adapts to all types of soil but tends to grow better if placed in a fairly sunny environment.
Location: Square Kupka Number of trees concerned: 1
Characteristics : This tree can reach heights of over 35 metres, and is particularly appreciated for its adaptability in urban environments due to its resistance to atmospheric pollution. Its name refers directly to the shape of its leaves, which have the particularity of resembling those of the Maples. (Acerifolia meaning "Maple leaves", Acer = Maple, Folia = Leaves).
Size: Circumference: 3.52 m; Height: 28 m; Wingspan: 18 m